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Well, the adventure continues, I thought I figured out what clip was causing the problem but when I demuxed it and imported into my project (it worked by itself in a it's own project) then when I tried to create a volume, I get the EOF error. And for more strangeness, I remove the video/audio clip from my project and I get the EOF error again where I didn't have this problem before :)

 

Scott, there seems to be more going on to this issue than being the clip. I'm gonna try to demux all the clips and create a new project and see what happens.

 

Has there been talk about having a version that has more "debug" type information for you guys to track down these bugs? We all know how these alert boxes are so informative :huh:

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so, FYI, I just got this error this morning going out to DVD. I had a project that was working fine, made a few changes and then got the EOF error. All of my timelines were elementary streams. my menus were a combination of elementary streams and QT reference movies with audio added in separately within DVDit Pro HD. So, knowing the changes I made, I went back and adjusted the project.

 

- I had a menu that was a 35.13 second long piece of video that I remembered using the slider on to adjust the end time that somehow then got stuck at 34.16...the slider would not extend the length of the menu, so I used the up arrow to do so and took the menu length back to 35.13.

 

- I had a 1 second transitional menu that accidentally had an underlying 32 second piece of audio...selected "none" for the audio to fix that.

 

- I had also trimmed two timelines which were DVD legal M2V and WAV and, thinking that maybe the program did not like where the trim was for some reason, I changed the location of the trim.

 

- I had also swapped a piece of video by dragging from the palette onto an existing timeline, and then swapped the audio track for that piece in a similar fashion. I decided to not make any revisions to this change.

 

 

Ba da bing I was able to output a volume without any error.

 

I am thinking this is a menu space issue. Are you all using motion menus in the projects you are seeing issues with? Maybe under some circumstances the program is screwing up the end time of the motion menu and subsequently the length of the menu video is choking the program. I don't know...could also be the trimming...

 

Feedback welcome and wanted...

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so, FYI, I just got this error this morning going out to DVD. I had a project that was working fine, made a few changes and then got the EOF error. All of my timelines were elementary streams. my menus were a combination of elementary streams and QT reference movies with audio added in separately within DVDit Pro HD. So, knowing the changes I made, I went back and adjusted the project.

 

- I had a menu that was a 35.13 second long piece of video that I remembered using the slider on to adjust the end time that somehow then got stuck at 34.16...the slider would not extend the length of the menu, so I used the up arrow to do so and took the menu length back to 35.13.

 

- I had a 1 second transitional menu that accidentally had an underlying 32 second piece of audio...selected "none" for the audio to fix that.

 

- I had also trimmed two timelines which were DVD legal M2V and WAV and, thinking that maybe the program did not like where the trim was for some reason, I changed the location of the trim.

 

- I had also swapped a piece of video by dragging from the palette onto an existing timeline, and then swapped the audio track for that piece in a similar fashion. I decided to not make any revisions to this change.

Ba da bing I was able to output a volume without any error.

 

I am thinking this is a menu space issue. Are you all using motion menus in the projects you are seeing issues with? Maybe under some circumstances the program is screwing up the end time of the motion menu and subsequently the length of the menu video is choking the program. I don't know...could also be the trimming...

 

Feedback welcome and wanted...

 

At least you seen the EOF error so I'm not crazy :)

 

All of my menus are static no motion menus at all so it probably is a trimming issue but where ...

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I know what you mean... :huh: I get around one error and find another :)

 

I still think their demuxer and transcoder have issues...

 

For my next test, I trimmed the source file using Womble MPEG VCR in the hope that that might fix the end of file problem - it did not. So I am no nearer to creating my disk - I hate to think how many hours I have spent trying to get DVDit Pro HD to work.

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At least you seen the EOF error so I'm not crazy :)

 

All of my menus are static no motion menus at all so it probably is a trimming issue but where ...

 

I have tried with a static menu, and with no menu at all (just first play) and I get the EOF error. Today when I tried to create a disk using elementary streams, I get the Temp File error.

 

Am I having more trouble because of the 25Hz frame rate - I guess you are 30Hz?

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I demuxed all of my clips and created a new project and presto it created the volume with no errors! :huh:

 

I'm guessing that it is a combination of the DVDit first demuxing from an .mpg clip, then transcoding the audio portion that there is some sort of length/time mismatch. I guess I will stick with elementary streams for now...

 

After my problems with the temp file size, I have transcoded my source to a file which I hope is Blu-ray legal, now I get the End of File message :) This software is so buggy.........

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After my problems with the temp file size, I have transcoded my source to a file which I hope is Blu-ray legal, now I get the End of File message :) This software is so buggy.........

 

I would recommend just using the elementary streams as I think DVDit's demuxer and audio transcoder are having issues. But now, I'm getting a different error right now, during a create volume it causes a "Disk Write Failure" when the project gets over > 16gb...

 

Well, there is supposed to be an update/patch in a couple of weeks so I hope this fixes most of these bugs...

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Well, I havent yet managed to create a disk containing a long movie. My first attempt was using elementary streams but for some reason the audio on the created disk was missing - there was no sound track even though there was sound in the simulation. Since I had the E.O.F. problem, I am trying elementary streams again. I notice in the temp directory DVDit Pro HD has created a 17GB image file without the Temp file size error so what is going on?

 

What is your project size? Curious, maybe DVDit HD creates a tempfile 2 or 3 times the size of the project.

 

The EOF issue, I think it's when a clip is demuxed then DVDit HD transcodes the audio (maybe from the original .mpg) and gets a different size...just guessing...but it seems to happen when demuxing and transcoding are involved (for me).

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I would recommend just using the elementary streams as I think DVDit's demuxer and audio transcoder are having issues. But now, I'm getting a different error right now, during a create volume it causes a "Disk Write Failure" when the project gets over > 16gb...

 

Well, there is supposed to be an update/patch in a couple of weeks so I hope this fixes most of these bugs...

 

Well, I havent yet managed to create a disk containing a long movie. My first attempt was using elementary streams but for some reason the audio on the created disk was missing - there was no sound track even though there was sound in the simulation. Since I had the E.O.F. problem, I am trying elementary streams again. I notice in the temp directory DVDit Pro HD has created a 17GB image file without the Temp file size error so what is going on?

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close out your project, then delete all of your assets session files, import all of those assets into another project (which will create new session files) and then re-open your first project.

 

I demuxed all of my clips and created a new project and presto it created the volume with no errors! :)

 

I'm guessing that it is a combination of the DVDit first demuxing from an .mpg clip, then transcoding the audio portion that there is some sort of length/time mismatch. I guess I will stick with elementary streams for now...

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I am going through the same issues talked about here. I'm wondering if anyone has come up with an explanation or fix for the end of file issue. I am just trying to write to regular dvd and get this message every time after the burn process goes almost two hours. Can anyone help????

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What is your project size? Curious, maybe DVDit HD creates a tempfile 2 or 3 times the size of the project.

 

The EOF issue, I think it's when a clip is demuxed then DVDit HD transcodes the audio (maybe from the original .mpg) and gets a different size...just guessing...but it seems to happen when demuxing and transcoding are involved (for me).

 

That is the correct size for my project, my point was that there was no error message about temp file size which I get when the source file is multiplexed. As my other recent message says, the end result was a disk with no audio track. :)

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That is the correct size for my project, my point was that there was no error message about temp file size which I get when the source file is multiplexed. As my other recent message says, the end result was a disk with no audio track. :huh:

 

I know what you mean... :D I get around one error and find another :)

 

I still think their demuxer and transcoder have issues...

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